Lars Levi Læstadius: En visuell fortelling. Historiske fragmenter fra Karesuando og Pajala
A visual narrative, or visual storytelling, is a story told primarily through the use of visual media. The story may be told using still photography, illustration, or video. The visual narrative has also been of interest to the academic community and educators that have sought to understand the impact and power of image and narrative in individuals and societies. In this paper, we tell the story of the priest and revivalist Lars Levi Leastadius using pictures from his museums in Karesuando and Pajala in Northern Sweden.
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